Embracing Black & White #2308
. . . bridging differences of style and culture, music makes the world a bigger place.
Filler – ELLINGTON (see above)
WILLIAM RUNYAN: Great is thy faithfulness. DORIS AKERS: Sweet, sweet spirit. ANDRAÉ CROUCH: The blood will never lose its power –Currenton Ensemble; Evelyn Simpson-Currenton, voice & organ (unidentified) Currenton Publications 2009
ROBERT A. HARRIS: A Solemn Processional. MARK FAX: The Quiet Church. DAVID HURD: Evening Song. MARK A. MILLER: Toccata, Lift every voice and sing –Mickey Thomas Terry (2013 Austin/1st Baptist Church, Washington, DC) PD Archive (r. 7/13/22)
Filler – TAYLOR: Lift every voice and sing) (see above)
PIPEDREAMS has been exploring ‘music of color’ for the past thirty years. Check out some of the previous programs in our archive.
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